Getting Out of My Comfort Zone

It’s been a week of discomfort.

We’ve had high temperatures and no air conditioning and this made me highly hot and uncomfortable.

My kids grew up, literally, and are off making their own plans, driving with friends and doing their own thing.  It’s all good and wonderful, it just made me miss them and I was uncomfortable and okay letting go.

My identity was compromised and this made me very uncomfortable and curious. I wonder what motivates people to act inappropriately. Be sure to change your passwords and if something sounds too good to be true, it’s probably not. Trust your gut and follow your instinct.

I was offered a job 5 years too early and it made me curious and excited and is moving me out of my comfort zone. 

Finally, on a more fun note, I went for a 15 mile bike ride today with Charlie and my friends. I loved that J was the leader and showed me the way. I was a little bit scared as I didn’t know the way, don’t know how to change a flat tire and didn’t know if I could make it that far. My seat was definitely uncomfortable and yet I rode anyway and loved it.

 It’s okay to be uncomfortable because it helps us to change and grow and make things better. As for the identity challenge, I’m not sure if there is anything positive to come from that experience except maybe as a public service announcement to change your passwords regularly with meaningful characters.

What is making you uncomfortable? Hoping things make sense for you soon and that you become comfortable again.


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